In the traditional carnival of the small town called Las Tablas, there are two rival streets: Up Street and Down Street. A young couple, after an unexpected encounter at the airport, fall hopelessly in love.
A 911 operator is fired after mistaking a real murder for a prank call. After that, and feeling guilt, she works to find the killer before there is another victim. On her path to find the killer she discovered more about her self
John Lee Ames,
Scott Kane (Drew Fuller), a man with a checkered past is trying to live a clean life. When his son Owen falls ill, Kane finds his only option is to turn to Daniel Morgan (William Atherton),... See full summary »
Womanizing advertising executive Aaron tries to stop best friend Sean from falling into the "eternal damnation" of marriage by throwing a wild bachelor party to remind Sean of the joys of bachelorhood.
A brother and sister, Joshua and Mia, are orphaned when their parents are killed in a domestic accident. Before she dies, their mother asks him to promise always to take care of her, but the two of them are sent to separate orphanages. They escape, and grow up together on the streets. When they are adults, they discover that their parents' insurance company failed to contact them after the accident, and the money they receive enables them to open a restaurant. She also wins a scholarship to study psychology and falls in love with her professor, Chris. This creates tension between her and Joshua. Despite their differences, he steps in to protect her when he sees her being harassed by a man in a bar, and this sets into motion a tragic train of events.Written by
Unfortunately this story never takes off to be a movie, it has definitely the codes of any standard telenovela: characters going from poverty to prosperity, some
incoherent tragedies and obviously a romance; but not even these elements transmit any maturity from the film, it is very primary.
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